Gibbs measures and associated with them evolution operators
In 1873 Willard Gibbs published his manuscript in which he introduced the preliminary outline of the principles of his new equation able to predict and estimate the tendencies of various natural physical processes in particular those are going on in human body. Gibbs measures arise as a correct mathematical description of statistical physics models and describe the thermodynamic distribution of infinite number of interacting particles. There will be given a short introduction into the development of the modern notion of energy and states and theory of Gibbs measures. Some discussed concerning the possible application in the Life Science will be outlined.